The Zoot Sims concert, from the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on Oct. 8, 1978, features him performing with pianist and longtime collaborator Jimmy Rowles, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Mousey Alexander. Songs include “Legs,” “Rosemary's Baby,” “Shadow Waltz” and “Comes Love” (Parts 1 and 2). The show will be available through Friday.
The Flying Burrito Brothers Show, from Oct. 4, 1970 at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis, features half of the original Byrds lineup with original Byrds Chris Hillman on vocals and Michael Clarke on drums, plus “Sneaky Pete” Kleinow, Rick Roberts and Bernie Leadon, later of the Eagles. Songs include “Six Days on the Road,” “Willie and the Hand Jive,” “Money Honey,” “Christine's Tune (aka Devil in Disguise)” and “Tried So Hard.” The concert will be available from Saturday through Dec. 10.
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